Sat astride the Esk Estuary on Yorkshire's coast and backed by the North York Moors. Whitby is a charming old fishing town overlooked by its abbey ruins.
How to get there
From Pickering: Take the A169 to reach the A171. Turn right onto A171, signposted for Whitby. On approaching the town follow signs for the West Cliff. The hotel is on the West Cliff, opposite the Whale Bones. From Middlesbrough: Take the A171, signposted for Whitby then follow directions above. From Scarborough: Take the A171, signposted to Whitby. On approaching the town, cross the bridge over the river and follow signs to town centre. Bear left to reach the roundabout. Take the second exit past Harrison's Garage, then take the first right at the bollards. Follow road round to promenade. Turn right onto the West Cliff and the hotel is opposite the Whale Bones. AA Roadwatch 09003 401100.
This hotel has a car park with a limited amount of priority spaces, these can be reserved at £5.00 per day. On street parking is usually available and there is also a public car park nearby, charges apply
Limited services available to Whitby. (Rail enquiries to 08457 484950).
Services available to Middlesbrough or Scarborough. National Express enquiries 08705 808080.
Service 93 and 93 A operate between Middlesbrough, Whitby and Scarborough. Enquiries to Arriva North East 01345 124125.
Taxi ranks at both bus and railway station, or call Swift Cars 01642 225225 (Middlesbrough), Ace Cars 01723 353760 (Scarborough), or Harrisons Taxis 01947 600606.